the SpeedComfort
  • SpeedComfort fans brings heat from a radiator or convector more quickly into the room. The heat is evenly distributed, increasing comfort
  • SpeedComfort helps reduce the water temperature in the central heating system
  • You can save up to 22% on gas consumption, thanks to SpeedComfort
  • The SpeedComfort is a Dutch product 
  • The SpeedComfort is put together by people who are disadvantaged in the labour market
  • The SpeedComfort housing is made from bio-based material. We do not use fossil resources for this
  • The power supply is loss-free, which means you do not consume power if the SpeedComfort is not working
  • The SpeedComfort costs less than €0.16 on electricity per year

SpeedComforts can be used in most radiators and convectors 

SpeedComfort
Basic

The SpeedComfort is suitable for radiators with a gap of at least 70 mm between the panels.   more 

Using magnets on the long sides, SpeedComforts can be placed between the two panels easily. This can be both above and below the radiator. 
For a longer radiator, multiple units are placed in series, connected to one adapter. 

Thanks to an external thermostat switch, the SpeedComforts switch on automatically when the radiator is 33 degrees or warmer and switch off automatically when the radiator cools down to 25 degrees. It is best to place the thermostat switch on the back of the radiator with the magnets, close to the hot water supply pipe.  more 

Multiple units placed in series can be operated by one thermostat switch.

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SpeedComfort
Narrow

Using a simple add-on, SpeedComforts can be made to fit radiators with a smaller gap between panels (minimum distance 38 mm). To do this, brackets that slide around the SpeedComfort are used.   more 

Place multiple units in series, connected to one adapter, under a longer radiator.
Multiple units placed in series can be operated by one thermostat switch.

The SpeedComforts have an external thermostat switch. This is placed on the back of the radiator with the magnets, close to the hot water supply pipe.   more 

SpeedComfort will automatically switch on when the radiator temperature exceeds 33 degrees Celsius and also automatically switches off when it cools down to 25 degrees Celsius. 

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SpeedComfort
Single Plate

Using a simple add-on, SpeedComforts can be made to fit single plate radiators. Minimum distance to the wall of 5.5cm required. Brackets that slide around the SpeedComfort are used.   

Place multiple units in series, connected to one adapter, under a longer radiator.
Multiple units placed in series can be operated by one thermostat switch.

The SpeedComforts have an external thermostat switch. This is placed on the back of the radiator with the magnets, close to the hot water supply pipe.

SpeedComfort will automatically switch on when the radiator temperature exceeds 33 degrees Celsius and also automatically switches off when it cools down to 25 degrees Celsius. 

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SpeedComfort
Convector

SpeedComforts can be easily converted for use with convectors and convector ducting. Feet are available that are clicked on underneath.    meer 

The SpeedComforts are placed on (or underneath) a convector on feet. For a longer convector, multiple units are placed in series, connected to one adapter. 

The SpeedComforts have an external thermostat switch that is placed on the back of the radiator with the magnets, close to the hot water supply pipe. If this pipe is not magnetic, the casing can be secured with the supplied Velcro.   more 

SpeedComfort will automatically switch on when the radiator temperature exceeds 33 degrees Celsius and also automatically switches off when it cools down to 25 degrees Celsius. 

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